Pure Morris is for the free-spirits, the truth-seekers and the quiet contemplators. This striking collection is now available locally through agents St Leger & Viney.
Drawing on Morris’ values of craftsmanship and expertly executed patterns, this collection is one of pure simplicity, pure sophistication and PURE MORRIS.
The collection features nine exquisite fabrics, many inspired by monochromatic wallpapers from the archive, and perfect for creating warm, familiar ‘escape from it all’ rooms.
Experimenting with a variety of print, weave and embroidery techniques, these fabrics are enchantingly beautiful and equally at home in a modern conceptual space or a classical setting.
A pretty monotone wallpaper originally designed in 1879, Pure Acorn is a beautifully pared back representation of acorn branches created using the original wooden Morris & Co. hand printing blocks.
Designed in 1881 Pure Poppy is one of our most popular hand printed Morris & Co. wallpapers. Created using the original blocks this design is beautiful in its simplicity.
Pure Bachelors Button:
Taking inspiration from medieval wall murals the Morris & Co. studio have enlarged Bachelors Button (1892) in scale and painted it in the style of medieval frescos with dramatic effect creating a show stopping wallpaper which is 140 cm wide.
Pure Strawberry Thief:
Originally a fabric designed by William Morris in 1883 Pure Strawberry Thief has been re-painted in one colour whilst retaining the exquisite detail of the multi-coloured original. Inspired by wallpapers in the Morris & Co. archive we have used beading to create a superb contemporary flock effect wallcovering.
Pure Lodden wallpaper is a contemporary large scale simplified version of the original Morris & Co. Fabric (1884) the artwork was created by screen printing and mixing different inks and colours by hand.
Created from the original Morris & Co. block in 1879 Pure Sunflower is a striking single colour patterned wallpaper printed onto a linear paper and then enlarged for a contemporary feel.
Pure Net Ceiling:
The original wallpaper (1895) is one of only five ceiling papers created by Morris & Co. Depicting cornice work this pattern has been machine printed for the first time.
Pure Willow Bough:
For the Pure Morris wallpaper collection the original Willow Bough design has been simplified and re-painted using just three colours bringing a simple sophistication to the interior.
Find the Pure Morris Collection now available from St Leger & Viney.